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The Saints will also play two neutral-site games next spring. On Mar. 20, Siena and Wagner meet at Allen Field in Oyster Bay, N.Y. for the start of a new tradition. In addition to raising awareness for Breast Cancer during the game, the Saints and Seahawks will be playing in the inaugural meeting between the two schools on Long Island in which the winner will receive a special trophy. Siena’s other neutral-site game takes place six days later on Mar. 26 against Presbyterian at Anne Arundel Community College in Baltimore, Md.


Conference play opens up on Mar. 30 in Loudonville against defending MAAC regular-season champion Fairfield. MAAC home games include Niagara (Apr. 14) and defending MAAC Tournament champion Marist for Senior Day (Apr. 23) with road contests at Manhattan (Apr. 8), Iona (Apr. 10) and Canisius (Apr. 17).


The 2011 MAAC Championships will be held by Iona College Apr. 29-May 1 in New Rochelle, N.Y. The top four teams in the seven-team conference will qualify for the tournament.


2011 MAAC PRESEASON COACHES’ POLL 1.)


2.) Marist 3.) 4.) 5.)


Fairfield Canisius


SIENA Iona


6.) Manhattan 7.)


Niagara


44 40 34 27 23 15 13


PRESEASON ALL-MAAC TEAM


Allison Daley, Canisius Megan Oosting, Canisius Brittany Bare, Fairfield Kristin Coleman, Fairfield Renee L’Heureux, Fairfield Chloe Mangan, Fairfield Elizabeth Coholan, Iona Kelsey Sickles, Iona Kelly Condon, Marist Chrissy Gutenberger, Manhattan Amanda Corso, SIENA Caitlin Mikel, SIENA


PRESEASON PLAYER OF THE YEAR Kristin Coleman, Fairfield


2011 SIENA COLLEGE LACROSSE


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